The turnout, according to Past Exalted Ruler Tink Wilson, was due to the raffle for a Henry Gold 30.06 rifle bought by the lodge as a fundraiser for the ball, which raises funds for the lodge’s Christmas basket charity program and the Elks’ children’s party. Another top auction item was a Henry Gold .45 Colt rifle donated by Brad Knapp of Crossfire. There were also a number of auto-related items in the auction. Pictured above is Exalted Ruler Don Reed.
Four-year-old Cutler Lohse laughs as Tony Benson paints a snowman on her cheek. More than 100 kids turned out for the third annual Rangely Elks Club Children’s Christmas Party on Saturday.
RANGELY | The Rangely Elks Lodge local hoop shoot is scheduled for Dec. 18 at Parkview Elementary School. Registration will begin at 6 p.m. and the shoot begins at 7 p.m. There are three age groups, […]